London rapper Rockboi unveils his first music video with his new single 'I Do This'. The song is taken from his upcoming mixtape entitled 'Rockboi Express'.
The black and white video begins with a few seconds of no sound, then Rockboi arrives at work (quite literally, by the sign on the door) and taps his drum once kicking off a buzzing synth crescendo that explodes into a heavy, focused drum beat and Rockboi rapping at a steady pace over the background electronic buzz.
The rapper follows in the foosteps of his successful brothers Labrinth and MckNasty having signed with Sony Music Publishing in 2009. He's worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32 over the last few years and is now out to make a name for himself with his brand of dirty electronics and thumping drums.
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